Monday, 17 December 2007

John was right

When my cards went wrong earlier this afternoon, John told me to walk away from it all and watch some telly - 'forget about them and then when you go back to them you'll think differently.'

He was right, of course (I'm safe - he can't read this so he won't know I'm admitting he's right! - lol! - although he knows it anyway!).

So here are the three cards that I made this evening:

The silver tree on the first one looks black on the scan (no light for photos without flash rebounding):

I only hope now that inspiration and energy will suffice some time tomorrow or Wednesday so that I can do the remaining birthday and commissioned cards that are outstanding.


  1. Glad you got there in the end Hazel. The more urgent things are, the more mistakes we seem to make. I am all for John's philosophy of walking away and coming back later, works for me too.


  2. I'm relieved to hear I'm not the only one whose cards go wrong occasionally! These cards are fantastic, hope you're suitably inspired to finish your projects!

  3. Oooh, it's frustrating when you have days like that isn't it? Glad you managed to feel a bit more in the spirit of it Hazel - the cards you've got here look great so I hope you had some fun doing them!

  4. see... it all came good in the end Hazel! ssshh. I don't like admitting Paul's right either.. but most of the time he is.. lol..

    Well done.. the cards are lovely!

  5. where would we be without our husbands, I too don't like admitting he is right, but good job he is the majority of the time! Lovely outcomes to your cards Hazel


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